Mitsubishi subcompact hinted for ALL OF US
Desperate for new designs to reinforce their minimal collection, Mitsubishi retailers recently got a of hope with information that an entry-level sedan may appear stateside in 2015.
The sellers were shown a manifestation of the subcompact in the brand's local seller meetings held throughout the first a couple of weeks of April, based on guests and Mitsubishi Motors North America. The company told dealers it's targeting a 2015 release for the car, delegates said.
The organization "is looking at adding a little, entry-level sedan to the United States Of America market, and while we continue to examine the market development and need for this smaller-segment sedan, we have not arrived at a concrete decision on when this design may make the U.S.
Mitsubishi declined to confirm the release timing or whether U.S. dealers could have the car but acknowledged that the ideas were discussed with dealers.
The sedan may be based on the Mitsubishi G4 notion sedan that debuted at the Bangkok auto show in March. Mitsubishi said at-the time that it prepared to present a production model of the car for sale internationally.
Scott Grove, owner of two Mitsubishi dealers near Chicago and former chairman of the brand's national dealer council, said the news was a high level in a gathering that was markedly more positive than others in recent years.
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